2016 means big business for the ACCC

Published On 25/02/2016 | By Sarah Werner | Cartels, Consumer protection, Enforcement

This week ACCC Chairman Rod Sims unveiled the ACCC’s 2016 Enforcement and Compliance Policy, which sets out the considerations and priorities that will guide the Commission’s work in the year ahead.

In 2016 we can expect to see a greater focus on big business, industry codes, advocacy and market studies as well as a new addition to the ACCC’s list of enduring priorities. The agriculture, supermarket and health sectors get a special mention, and the ACCC undertakes to be more transparent in its work.

To find out more, click here to read a new article by Melissa Monks and Lisa Huett, which takes a look at the policy and shares some insights on the year ahead.

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